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with the help of physical therapists. it is another sign of the remarkable resilience of boston. and gio benitez today found others. >> reporter: one week after the boston bombings, the first funeral. krystle campbell, just 29 years old, laid to rest. so many came to mourn her not everyone could get inside. there is much more mourning ahead for 8-year-old martin richard and 23-year-old lingzi lu. and sean collier. but today the more than 200 injuries are remembered as well like adrianne haslet the dancer from "the boston herald" the blast has torn off her foot. >> we sat up and i said, wait, my foot hurts. he held up my foot and we both screamed bloody murder. i didn't feel heat from it. i just felt air and fell to the ground. >> reporter: it's a huge loss for this ballroom dance instructor. but she hasn't lost her spirit. >> it's very sad and i absolutely want to dance again. >> reporter: adrienne is vowing not only to dance again but to run in next year's boston marathon. >> i'm so blessed. i'm so lucky. >> reporter: caitlin tate. her leg was badly damaged. this photo captures the moment caitl
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this morning, a maz in honor of the victims. and abc's gio benitez is there. gio, good morning. >> reporter: dan, good morning to you. today's mass will focus on the four people who died and all of those who injured. this morning, boston is beginning to heal. what days ago was forced to shut down for a manhunt, today is packed with energy and healing. look at this empty courtyard thursday. now, look at it today. ♪ sweet caroline >> reporter: it's the song that makes so many think of boston and at this red sox game, neil diamond sang it in person. >> i bring love from the whole country. ♪ by the dawn's early light >> reporter: as broken hearts spoke through tears, the boston red sox pulled off a much needed win all following the capture of the man suspected of bombing the boston marathon. watertown police chief told me that means no more terror. >> we want watertown to go back to normal and boston. >> reporter: it is. just listen to the mailman. >> people didn't get mail today. >> totally different. so much laughter and happiness. that band playing, everybody's totally enjoying it. >> re
they will send the family back to the u.s., where the parents will face criminal charges. abc's gio benitez has the latest. >> reporter: this was the last time anyone on american soil saw joshua and sharyn hakken, boarding their boat, the salty, in tampa, last wednesday. the couple tonight accused of kidnapping their own children, 2-year-old chase and 4-year-old cole from their grandmother who had custody. she called 911. >> what is your emergency? >> my son-in-law just kidnapped my two grandchildren. they are under state custody. he's not supposed to be near them. he tied me up. >> reporter: police say these surveillance photos show the couple just two hours after the alleged kidnapping. the boys inside the boat. investigators believe the hakkens traveled 318 miles from tampa, to havana, cuba. this is the boat today at the hemmingway marina in havana. the hakkens had lost custody after the father was arrested on drug charges in louisiana. police say he attended an anti-government rally there. now the family is docked in havana. the case reminding us of elian gonzalez, the boy returned to his f
over cruelty. here's gio benitez. >> reporter: born in one of delaware's poorest neighborhoods, margaret smith survived 1940s america. graduating from college, when so many women didn't. but at 89 years old, what might have been her darkest test of all began with a simple trip for ice cream, when suddenly, while in her car at the convenient store, two young girls knocked on the window. they wanted a ride. >> first, i decided not to. then, i said, well, a good deed. >> reporter: that good deed became a nightmare. the girls grabbing her keys, forcing her out and putting her in the trunk. >> they shoved me in and slammed the door. then, they took off, flying. me in the car. >> reporter: temperatures near freezing. margaret left locked in her own trunk for two days. >> no food. no medicine. no water. i was scared. but i was determined. >> reporter: after nearly 48 hours in that dark trunk, police say the two girls, just 14 and 15 years old, let her out, leaving her in a remote cemetery. she crawled her way to safety. now, two teens have been charged with her kidnapping and carjacki
thank-you gift. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: it's the now-famous little boat that kept a big secret, the unlikely hideout for america's most wanted man. and this is the boat's owner, david henneberry, a man now called a hero for finding the suspected marathon bomber last night and calling 911. watertown's chief of police sets the scene. what happened when your officers arrived? >> there was a shootout in the beginning. >> reporter: that shootout so damaged the boat, henneberry's neighbor said -- >> he's completely shocked and he says, my poor boat, my poor boat. i mean, he's taken care of that boat meticulously since he's had it and now it's full of holes. >> reporter: now a digital show of support, people from all over the nation are turning to social media sites like facebook, raising money to buy henneberry a new boat. even the chief is hearing about this call to action. >> i got an e-mail this morning, some person in detroit, michigan, who wants to replace the boat for the watertown resident that got shot up. i mean, it's just incredible. >> reporter: incredible because i
to let the loss of her foot keep her from dancing again. abc's gio benitez now on her hope, grounded in science and spirit. >> reporter: today a smiling dancer graces the cover of the "boston herald" -- with her husband, a u.s. airman, just back from afghanistan. a week ago, adrianne haslet and adam davis were at the boston marathon, watching from the sidelines when the bombs went off. >> we sat up and i said, wait, my foot hurts, and then he held up my foot and we both just screamed bloody murder. i didn't feel heat from it, i just felt air, and then i fell to the ground. >> reporter: the blast had torn off adrianne's foot. it's a huge loss for this ballroom dance instructor at arthur murray studios, but she hasn't lost her spirit. >> it's very sad and i absolutely want to dance again. >> reporter: and dr. linda arslanian says, she will. so, doctor, a lot of these victims are telling me, you know what, i will walk again. they can? >> they can. if they were walking before they had their amputation, we can have them walk again. much depends on the level of their amputation, and all of
point for the older brother while here in america. abc's gio benitez is in boston again tonight. >> reporter: the wiretap has the world asking questions. what did the russians hear in those 2011 recorded phone calls between tamerlan tsaranev and his mom back in russia? u.s. officials learned of the calls only last week. and they're now a focus for investigators. >> i do believe she comes into the united states, that she will be detained for questioning. so, i think there is a connection there. >> reporter: while the mother was added to a u.s. terror watch list in 2011, son, tamerlan, may have been gog roinugh ange of his own. friends reportedly say after two golden glove titles, he had abandoned his dream of competitive boxing, after he was barred from the national championships because of his immigration status. a pivotal moment, they said, turning him towards islam. and more than a year later came that six-month trip to russia. >> the real testament whether he was radicalized or not or where he was radicalized is russia. we have to do a lot of investigation in russia. when he
of the everglades, home to panthers, snakes, alligators. so, what happened next? here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: this tired family is a long way from ohio. it was supposed to be a fun family fishing trip. 44-year-old scott schreck, his 42-year-old wife, carrie and their three young children. >> we were back in a back canal. we were fishing, taking pictures of gators. actually caught quite a few bass. and came down to the end and thought it's where i came in, but obviously it wasn't. >> reporter: they were stuck. suddenly, those gators looked a little more dangerous. the mos titee mosquitos were awful. and there were those severe thunderstorms. >> we had a whole bunch of life jackets, put it on top to keep the rain off and my wife and i stood there like this for about eight hours. >> reporter: scott had borrowed the boat and when he didn't return by nightfall, a massive search was launched. the boat, painted with camouflage, making it even harder to find. >> it's like looking for a needle in a haystack. >> were you worried you would not be found? >> ah, somewhat. there was some peri
about what everyone can now see, thanks to an espn investigation and abc's gio benitez has the latest tonight. >> reporter: watch as rutgers head basketball coach mike rice rages at his players. grabbing them, kicking them, even firing a basketball at one player's head. if that isn't enough, there's the verbal abuse -- the anti-gay slurs. >> you -- fairies! >> reporter: today, less than 24 hours after abc's sister network, espn, aired that video, rice was out, fired by rutgers. this morning, rice apologized. >> i've let so many people down. my players, my administration, rutgers university, the fans. my family who's sitting in their house just huddled around
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place. gio benitez, boston. >>> happening now, the bay area continues to support the 11-year-old from martinez who was injured in the bombings. aaron hern is recovering, and donations are helping his family get back on track financially. abc7 news reporter kira klapper joins us live from martinez. kira, a fun run is going to be happening later this morning? >> that's right, a fun run fundraiseler start about an hour and a half from now at alhambra high school in martinez. a family friend who put together the event said 500 people already rsvps for it. they are hoping more people will come. anyone who comes can run or walk alone or with a team. it's ten dollars a person to enter, five dollars for teens and you get a deal if you bringing a big group. all the money will go to helping the hern family with their unexpected and expensive medical expenses their son was near the finish line waiting for his mom to cross when the second bomb hit and sending shrapnel into his legs. he has taken his first steps. he is undergoing treatment for the severe wounds he had. but that is a testament to t
guadalupe benitez que acaba de reabrir con sus propios ahorros, sin ayuda del gobierno federal ni la ciudad >> no sé cuales son las razones pero los seguros no han querido ayudar, dicen que nof fue un huracán, solamente una tormentas, solo buscan como ayudar >> tengan paciente pero no se queden callados dijo el gobernador a los residentes de nueva jersey, dijo que se distrbuiran 2000 millones de dólares para ayudar a propietarios y comerciantes quien o reciben ayuda en el estado, el gobierno de obama si mantuvo sus promesas afirmo >> este hombre es la otra cara de la mineda, le trajo más trabajo sandy y ahora trabaja en construccion >> trabajaba como 10 horas, y me pagaban 200 dólares al día >> el gobierno de hoy es conciente que hay miles que sufren las consecuencias, que luchan porque la ayuda no se límite a aniversarios de sandy >> solo faltan 4 semanas para el inicio de la temporada de playa, y tiempo escaso para que se produzca una recuperacion total en la zona costera. >> la empresa fabricante de aviones boeing, dicen que una pieza encontrada pertenece a uno de los aviones del
. gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: good morning, dan, good morning, bianna. this has sparked quite the debate across the country but as you're about to see the president seems to like complimenting people on their looks. he's done it many times before. this morning the four best teams in college basketball are waking up in atlanta. fund-raiser thursday where president obama praised california's attorney general kamala harris. she is brilliant and she is dedicated and she is tough, he said. but that shoutout turned into a controversy when he added this "she also happens to be by far the best-looking attorney general in the country." now that's being called "sexist." >> if you have a powerful man is it okay for him to say to a less powerful woman in front of a group of women you look really great today? >> the great state of california. >> reporter: the president called harris to apologize thursday night. >> you know, he believes and fully recognizes the challenge women continue to face in the workplace and that they should not be judged based on appearance. >> reporter: it's t
between the mother and one of her sons. abc's gio benitez reports from boston. >> reporter: the wiretap has the world asking questions. what did the russians hear in that 2011 recorded phone calls between tamerlan tsarnaev and his mom back in russia. u.s. officials learned of the calls only last week and they're now a focus for investigators. >> i do believe she comes into the united states, that she will be detained for questioning. so, i think there is a connection there. >> reporter: while the mother was added to a u.s. terror watch list in 2011, son tamerlan may have been going through changes of his own. friends reportedly say after two golden gloves titles, he had abandoned his dream of competitive boxing. after he was barred from the national championships because of his immigration status. a pivotal moment they said turning him toward islam. d more than a at, that six-month trip to russia. >> the real test of it whether he was radicalized or not is russia. we have to do a lot of investigation in russia. when he went over to russia and came back things changed. >> reporter: tamer
the victim's message now. abc's gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: born in one of delaware's poorest neighborhood, margaret smith survived 1940s america, graduating from college when so many women didn't. but at 89 years old what might have been her darkest test of all began with a simple trip for ice cream while suddenly in her car at the convenience store two young girls knocked on the window. they wanted a ride. >> first i decided not to. then, i said, "well, a good deed." >> reporter: that good deed became a nightmare. the girls grabbing her keys, forcing her out and putting her in the trunk. >> they opened it, shoved me in, and slammed the door. then they took off. flying, me in the car. >> reporter: temperatures near freezing. margaret left locked in her own trunk for two days. >> no food. no medicine. no water. i was scared. but i was determined. >> reporter: after nearly 48 hours in the dark trunk, police say the two girls just 14 and 15 years old, let her out. leaving her in a remote cemetery. she crawled her way to safety. now two teens have been charged with her kidnapping
thousands of gallons of oil, forcing families from their homes on this easter. abc's gio benitez getting answers from exxon. >> reporter: this easter sunday, 22 families are out of their homes, evacuated after thousands of barrels of crude oil spilled onto roads. >> we were told, pack for two days, it will be cleaned up. then we were told, just this morning, that -- to pack for at least a week. >> reporter: exxon-mobil's 858-mile pegasus pipeline broke friday, as it transported canadian crude oil from illinois to texas. in an interview with abc news, exxon-mobil regrets the spill. >> we're very sorry. this should not have happened. and we apologize for it. we're going to be here until the cleanup is complete. >> reporter: the spill has refueled concerns about pipelines, like the controversial keystone pipeline, which would transport oil from canada to the gulf coast. congressman ed markey has opposed the plan for years. >> so, all we have to do is pay more, both in terms of money at the gas pump and cost to the environment. >> reporter: today, markey told abc news, the arkansas spill is
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their stories be overshadowed. here's abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: heroism captured in a photo. a man carrying a wounded woman moments after the marathon bombing. this is them today. caitlin case tells us her story from her hospital room. the friend who saved her life, leo, at her bedside. when you look at that incredible picture, of him carrying you away, what goes through your mind? >> god had angels watching me that day. >> reporter: caitlin was watching the marathon monday, from the finish line when her world changed. leo was right there. >> the first explosion went off, we went to the gunand he jumped told me to stay down in case there were anymore explosives. and then, he picked me up and carried me to where his car is. tied a blanket and his shirt around my leg to stop the bleeding. >> my instinct was to pick her up. >> reporter: leo rushed caitlin to the hospital. that quick thinking saved her life and leg. she is 1 of more than 170 people injured that day. while there were more than 20 in critical condition, today there are only 3 people left on that critical list. this morni
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." >> it involves a woman who lost part of her leg but none of her spirit. abc's gio benitez spoke with her. >> reporter: a smiling dancer graces the cover of "the boston herald" with her husband, a u.s. airman just back from afghanistan. adrianne haslet-davis and her husband adam were at the boston marathon watching from the sidelines when the bombs went off. >> they got up and then i said, wait, my foot hurts. he held up my foot and we both screamed bloody murder. i didn't feel heat from it. i just felt air and then i fell to the ground. >> reporter: the blast had torn off adrianne's foot. it's a huge loss for this ball room dance instructor at arthur murray studios, but she hasn't lost her spirit. >> it's very sad. i absolutely want to dance again. >> reporter: this doctor says modern prosthetic technology is so advanced, she will. so, doctor, a lot of victims are telling me, you know what, i will walk again. they can? >> they can. if they were walking before they had their amputation, we can have them walk again. much depends on the level of their amputation. and all of it depends on wh
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investigators here. abc gio benitez leads us off from boston tonight. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, david. that wire tap conversation happening in 2011, the u.s. just learning about it within the last week. it's just one of the many new details we're learning tonight. investigators are zeroing in on tamarlan tsarnaev's movements at did he do during that six month trip to rush russia? a new document says the suspects must have used more than bomb making instructions found in al qaeda magazine. the fbi rebuilt the bomb and concluded the device was constructed differently. >> the most important aspect of the new documents is the russian link to tamarlan. in other words, did he receive training, of what type training. of what individuals did he deal with. >> reporter: investigators wrapped up a three-day search of a landfill for tamarlan's lal toll have have no word on what the fbi found in that search. sources say agents found tamarlan's cell phone in a nearby apartment. tonight questions remain about roll and whereabouts of a mysterious man who may have influenced tamerlan. his mothe
prevented. abc's gio benitez has the latest from boston. >> reporter: to be clear, we don't know what was said in that conversation, we do know whatever was heard caused serious concern. overnight, abc news learning the recorded phone conversation between tamerlan tsarnaev and his mother in 2011 worried the russians so much they asked u.s. officials to investigate tamerlan. they learned of the wiretap within the last week. >> these tapes are potentially important if there are more to them than has publicly released. >> critical inches as investigators try to piece together the life of the now-dead tamerlan and his brother dzhokhar. we're told investigators found nearby apartment. the focus now, who is that mysterious man named misha? he reportedly influenced tamerlan. his mom calls misha just a friend. >> friend, like a real -- the one he could share his life with. >> reporter: reports say that reports may have identified misha. on the streets of boston this weekend, things are going back to normal, for people and businesses. >> people walking by, smiling, looking at the flores you ju
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for them when they're done training. here is gio benitez. >> reporter: call it the jobs machine to get unemployed right into the workforce. here in new york city, adults of all ages spend full days training at a place called general assembly. it's half technical school, half job recruiting office. kathy chang graduated from a top university, studying business, but couldn't find work for months. so she came here to study web development. so you were quite literally learning so you could get a job? >> absolutely. i think everyone in my classroom was learning so they could get a job. >> reporter: kathy was recruited right here on site. some look for a new start, new life. you're here to say it is possible to reinvent yourself? i mean, here you are, doing it. >> it is possible. >> reporter: could this be a new formula for training those out of work for the jobs that do exist? even if it's something they've never done before? there was a new factory our made in america team took you to upstate new york, david taking us into the training lab where half of the students in the room had already
a cliff into the river and gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: this mangled mess is all that's left of the duv that mark divatorio heard landing in the water in front of him. >> i heard the sound of a crash and a second sound of a crash when they landed into the river. >> reporter: seconds earlier that car with a family of five inside had swerved off the road saturday hitting a tree and a boulder before catapulting off the highway and into the american river. what had been a kayaking adventure for divvitorio quickly became a rescue mission. >> there were things had i done differently people may is died. >> reporter: in the backseat two teenager girls and 4-year-old. >> i grabbed the first girl, the youngest girl and grabbed the two older girls and got them ashore. >> reporter: he then went back for the parents. >> the father was trapped upside down. the up to of his head was touching the water. his wife's thighs are helping to support keeping him above water. >> reporter: they pulled the children's mother out through the sunroof but the father's legs were still trapped. >> the wife
and their grandparents are speaking out. abc's gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: looking at their smiles you wouldn't know these two little boys were allegedly kidnapped taken to cuba on a five-day, 318-mile journey by boat. >> we have not asked the boys anything about the journey. we're just treating it as they went on a vacation. >> reporter: as 2-year-old chase shows off his toy trucks and 4-year-old cole playfully poses for the camera their biological parents sit behind bars, joshua and sharyn hakken lost custody of the boys in june. but last week, police say they tied up the children's grandmother, took the boys from her home and boarded this sailboat to havana. >> they were under the state custody. he's not supposed to be near them. >> reporter: they have been told everybody heard about their sailboat trip to cuba, another country as they called it and air airplane ride back to america and that everyone wants to take their picture. >> you never expect something like this to happen to you. but i'll tell you, going through it, you just take one step at a time. >> reporter: even the family dog,
was a two-day nightmare that almost cost her her life. abc's gio benitez has her story. >> reporter: an 89-year-old margaret smith has a big spirit and even bigger story to tell. >> i thought i was going to die. >> reporter: it began on march 18, when she stopped at this convenience store for an ice cream cone. that's when two teenaged girls approached her asking for a ride across town. >> first i decided not to. then i said, well, a good deed. >> reporter: as they have said about all good deeds, smith's didn't go unpunished. after driving around for a while, they did the unthinkable. snatching her keys and stuffing her in the trunk. >> they took off flying, me in the car. that's all i remember. >> reporter: smith would spend the next two days, crammed in that trunk. no food. no water. in fact, the only time the girls opened the trunk was to rob smith of her cash. >> i was very tired, cold, hungry, scared. >> reporter: smith is no stranger to adversity. she grew up in a poor delaware neighborhood where she still lives. but unlike many women from her era, smith went to school and opened her
their own children and fled to cuba back in florida this morning in custody and abc's gio benitez has all the details. good morning, gio. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. that couple now facing serious kidnapping charges, locked up in this tampa jail. just before dawn, joshua and sharyn hakken were led into the
. after five days of death and drama, bostonians are showing their gratitude. abc gio benitez has that. >> reporter: it's the high five that brings an extraordinary close to a tense manhunt. police standing down for the first time since monday's bombing. >> we have our second suspect of the boston marathon bombing in custody. >> reporter: after going door to door since monday, searching for clues, an army of law enforcement officers took down their suspect. >> because of that extraordinary collaboration and cooperation by all of these law enforcement resources, we have a suspect in custody tonight. >> reporter: but police also lost one of their own. 26-year-old m.i.t. police officer sean collier, killed thursday, allegedly at the hands of the tsarnaev brothers. more than 1,000 officers hunting for one man, finally being able to breathe a sigh of relief, after so many hours of holding their breath. >> i want to thank all of the partners who worked tirelessly over the last four days. we're exhausted, folks, but we have a victory here tonight. >> reporter: and still here, their job is not
of holes. >>chief told abc's gio benitez he is amazed. by the outpouring of support for henneberry. >> i got an e-mail this morning some person in detroit, michigan, wants to replace the boat for the watertown resident that got shot up. just incredible. >> reporter: the citywide manhunt for the marathon bombing suspect is over. americans willing to help the man who led police to capture the final suspect that's just beginning. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> so many amazing stories. an amazing man. by the way his boat, 22-foot, sea hawk cruiser with fiberglass hull, goes for $50,000. >> he is going to get one i am pretty sure. if the boat could float, now riddled with bullets, there is no way they would let him have it. it will be held for evidence. absolutely. all right, guys. uld let him ht back. it. it will be held for evidence. absolutely. all right, guys. we'll be right back. and can take 10 years to bloom. so at air wick, we waited. crafted by our expert perfumers for your home. air wick cactus flower and warm breeze is part of our limited edition national park collection. ai
help from a master bomb maker. gio benitez has more from boston. good morning, gio. >> reporter: dan, good morning to you. right now, there is many evidence than ever to suggest that the suspected bombers may have had a teacher. a sort of master bombmaker. in a new government document obtained by abc news, investigators say the bombers likely knew more about bomb maiking than just learning about it from al qaeda's magazine, "inspire" raising suspicions that the older brother was trained overseas. what did he really do when visiting russia? >> i think the most important aspect of the new documents is the russian link to tamerlan. in other words, did he receive raining? what type? what individuals did he deal with? >> reporter: the document says, quote, such construction would likely require previous knowledge of or additional research into circuitry. it afierce bombs were detonated using a toy car remote control. late friday night, officials took away the boat where the manhunt ended a we can ago. while tamerlan had been killed following a car jacking and police shootout, officials sa
this tragedy have been prevented? abc's gio benitez has the latest from boston. gio? >> reporter: good morning, bianna. to be clear, we don't know what was said in that conversation, or why the russians wiretapped the phone, but we do know whatever was heard caused serious concern. overnight, abc news learning the recorded phone conversation between tamerlan tsarnaev and his mom in 2011 worried the russians so much that they asked the u.s. to investigate tamerlan. u.s. officials told abc news they learned of the wiretap within the last week. >> these tapes are potentially important if there are more to them than has been publicly released. >> reporter: it's critical new information as investigators try to piece together the life of the now-dead tamerlan and his younger brother, dzhokhar. while we don't know if agents were able to find tamerlan's laptop in a landfill, we're told investigators found tamerlan's cell phone in a nearby apartment. the focus now, who is that mysterious man named misha? he's the one who reportedly influenced tamerlan or even may have radicalized him. his mom calls mis
that the two suspects may have had outside help. here's abc news reporter gio benitez with the details. >> investigators are increasingly suspicious that the tsarnaev brothers had to have had technical advice to build their bombs. a government document obtained by abc news said the alleged bombers likely knew more about bomb making than that he could have learned from the al-qaeda magazine, "inspire." that raises the spectrum that the older brother tamerlan might have been trained in more advance bomb making on a trip he made to russia. >> did he receive training, what type, what individuals did he deal with. >> the younger brother spent his % full day here in a federal prison hospital at fort devens, about 40 miles from boston, much to the relief from the hospital where he was until friday. >> i'm pretty happy that he's not here anymore. >> as boston slowly and painfully heals, boylston street where the becomes went off reopened for people and for business. >> we are looking to move forward and we are looking to get back to our normalcy and let that process start. >> the bombings youn
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their lives. abc's gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: these are the dramatic new images of supermodel turned superhero heidi klum. rescuing her 7-year-old son henry from a dangerous riptide on sunday in hawaii. >> heidi turned hero mom in tonight's top story. >> reporter: look at these photos shown on "entertainment tonight" after pulling henry safely to shore, the 5'10" super mom runs back into the water to also rescue her two nannies from drowning. >> heidi klum is one of the hardest working women in hollywood. this is undoubtedly have a k vacation she was looking forward to relaxing on but didn't turn out that way. >> reporter: klum told abc news "we were pulled into the ocean like a big wave. like any mother i was very scared for my child and everyone else in the water." riptide forms when strong wind and waves create a channel of water that pulls swimmers away from the beach. the fight back to shore can be exhausting and deadly. just watch our own sam champion swim into one. >> i couldn't really tell where the shoreline was. i'm a pretty good swimmer. what happens is you get out
demanding the school's president step down for not doing more. abc's gio benitez reports from rutgers' campus. >> reporter: watch as head basketball coach mike rice rages at his players, grabbing them, kicking them, even firing a basketball at one player's head. if that isn't enough, there is the verbal abuse, the anti-gay slurs. [ bleep ]. >> reporter: less than 24 hours after abc's sister network espn aired that video, rice was out, fired by rutgers. >> i have let so many people down. my players, my administration, rutgers university, the fans -- my family, who is sitting in -- in their house just huddled around because of the fact that their father was an embarrassment to them. >> reporter: the fact is that rutgers knew about rice's behavior and that tape months ago. they briefly suspended him and sent him to anger management. but they didn't fire him until the tapes became public. >> what it says about college sports is it takes the media to police them. and to make sure they're clean. that is a very sad thought that these athletic directors and these coaches don't understand that
nervous just moments before their apparent abduction. gio benitez is here with more. this is a confusing one. >> reporter: police have no idea who the people are and nobody has been reported missing in the area. police say this might have been a hoax among friends to celebrate a birthday. >> get down. go. >> reporter: it's a terrifying scene you might see in a suspense film. masked men abducting someone in broad daylight. in this shocking surveillance video, is it happening in real life? >> they were walking down the street this way, the car pulled up on the opposite side and, um -- he screamed, he picked her up. >> reporter: look closely. an unidentified man in dark clothes and a woman in a white coat walk down a quiet manhattan street. seconds later, two men, one with a ski mask and another with a plastic bag over their head run after the couple. a dark-colored minivan turns the wrong way down a one-way street. it's doors were hanging open. >> it turned down the one way, pulled over and stopped. a couple of guys came out and picked up a girl, put her in the car. >> reporter: investigat
. abc's gio benitez is on the story and higher-ups at rutgers now under fire too. >> reporter: so many are scratching their heads wondering why the university didn't do more before this video got out. this morning, the man at the center of the rutgers basketball scandal is without a job and speaking out. >> there's no explanation for what's on those films because there is no excuse for it. >> reporter: but now the question is should anyone else bear some responsibility for head coach mike rice's appalling behavior. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: rice was fired wednesday after abc's sister network, espn, aired this video of rice exploding during practice, grabbing players, kicking them, even firing a basketball at one player's head. then there's the verbal abuse. the anti-gay slurs. >> [ bleep ]. i'm deeply sorry for the pain and the hardship i've caused. >> reporter: but rutgers knew about rice's behavior and that tape since november. the punishment back then, a three-game suspension, a $50,000 fine and he was ordered to attend anger management classes. >> i can't think of an argument that
a judge for the first time and gio benitez is on the case in tampa. >> reporter: this morning joshua and sharyn hakken appeared before a judge for the first time charged with kidnapping and child neglect held out bond until monday. their sons, the little boys at the center of what became an international custody battle are now back at home with their grandparents after a five day-318-mile trip aboard this boat, the salty paw which their parents purchased before heading to cuba last wednesday. >> we were conducting as much as on land and sea. >> reporter: now police say the crucial tip that led them to the family came from the person who sold them that 25 foot boat. overnight sharyn hakken's former boss spoke to abc news saying the woman he knew was a good mother who quit her job to spend more time with her sons. >> she was a very normal, very mild mannered kind of laid back kind of person, dedicated to her kids and family. >> reporter: that's a far cry from the picture investigators now paint of hakken and her husband. >> they're under the state custody. he's not supposed to be near
him of trespassing. gio benitez is here. all the dirty laundry coming out weeks before election day. >> reporter: the committee said it's pulling out its cash no longer supporting sanford. this morning he's trying to save his campaign and his public image. this was supposed to be mark sanford's comeback, the former south carolina governor who left office in disgrace, winning the republican primary for his old congressional seat. >> thank you. but this morning his return to politics is in jeopardy after a nasty dispute with his ex-wife has gone public. court records show his ex-wife jenny accuses him of trespassing at her home. the couple divorced three years ago after he disappeared for six days. he was in buenos aries with his mistress. >> i've let down a lot of people. >> jenny says she found her ex-husband leaving through her back door, using his cell phone as a flashlight in february. in a statement sanford says he was only there watching the super bowl with his son because, quote, as a father, i didn't think he should watch it alone. at his april 2 victory party, his former mis
ties? gio benitez is in cambridge with the latest. gio, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. she's just 24 years old and lived here with suspect number one. and you can bet, right now, investigators want to hear from her. this morning, kate russell is a single mother of a toddler. her husband, tamerlan tsarnaev, a man authorities call a terrorist, killed in friday's firefight. she's a woman shrouded in mystery. russell waonic teenager, inated wittharts. playing the saxophone and drawing. we spoke to her lawyer at her family's rhode island home, where she fled after learning of her husband's death. and where authorities visited her several times yesterday t question her. with a ditiffitiily ishrto deal so -- that's what -- that's -- that's the best i can do right there. >> reporter: russell and tsarnaev married about three years ago. giving birth to a daughter. >> i have seen the baby just playing in the yard. everybody seemed happy. >> reporter: her friends reportedly said that tsarnaev was controlling her. she dropped out of college after meeting him. disappointing n
court appearance later today. abc's gio benitez is here with that. >> reporter: she was a 49-year-old biologist at the university of utah at the height of her career. right now the mystery, was she murdered, or did she kill herself? it took 18 months for police to name the suspect. how did uta von schwedler end up dead in her bathtub? this morning investigators say she was murdered at the hands of her ex-husband, john brickman wall, a pediatrician. his attorney telling abc news the doctor is innocent but always believed he'd be charged. >> i think deep down inside we both sort of expected this to come someday. >> reporter: the couple had been married for 15 years, but divorced in 2005. a bitter custody battle over their four children followed. but in september of 2011, von schwedler's body was discovered in her bathtub, a knife nearby, blood everywhere. at first police thought she committed suicide. >> she was doing amazing things in her career at the time. this was just out of character for her to do this. >> reporter: the autopsy report says she drowned but also mentions injurie
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